India's 2010 TR35: Top Innovators Under 35
Since 1999, the editors of Technology Review have honored the young innovators whose inventions and research we find most exciting; today that collection is the TR35, a list of technologists and scientists, all under the age of 35. In 2010, we announced the India TR35 list that recognizes the outstanding innovators under the age of 35 for their continuing work in India that has the highest impact locally and globally. Here we highlight the 2012 list of top young innovators in India whose work--spanning medicine, computing, communications, electronics, nanotechnology, and more--is changing our world.
2010 Innovator of the Year: Kranthi Kiran Vistakula
2010 Humanitarian of the Year: Dhananjaya Dendukuri
Solutions for ultra wide band communications.
The world’s smallest and lightest autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle.
A solution for managing fecal incontinence in patients.
A novel microfluidic-chip based platform to perform low-cost medical diagnostic tests.
A solution to help farmers adopt better farmer practices.
Plugging data security loopholes.
Phonetic transliteration software.
A sensor networks and human participation based plant disease forecasting system.
A solution to deliver rich content for cheap.
A system for accessing medical images on mobile phones.
A remote controlled system for power tiller.
A solution to deal with wastewater management and producing electricity.
Text-free user interfaces for illiterate and semi-literate users.
Recovering oil for reuse.
An algorithm to provide rich content on low bandwidth.
Modified DeMOS devices that would be key elements for modern system-on-chip designs.
A unique solution to improve driving experience.
Intelligent system for optimizing electricity consumption.
A technology that can exchange heat as required.